Wang Ling, Chris Dyer, Alan Black and Isabel Trancoso Two/Too Simple Adaptations of Word2Vec for Syntax Problems Human Language Technologies: The 2015 Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the ACL, pages 1299–1304 http://aclweb.org/anthology/N/N15/N15-1142.pdf
On 2017/05/04 08:02, John F Sowa wrote:
> On 5/3/2017 5:02 PM, Albretch Mueller wrote:
>> Do you/does anyone in our list know of ways to associate "links"
>> (what they call "stop words") to syntax
> Yes. It's called parsing. Any method that throws away stop words
> and inflections (e.g. word vectors) throws away all the structure
> in language. No such method can do language understanding.
> I realize that word vectors are popular because people can
> get lots of funding from advertisers who want to know what
> people think about Pepsi vs. Coke.
> But if you want to use vectors (or other numeric methods),
> you need to encode structure along with the word frequencies.
> For examples, see http://www.jfsowa.com/talks/cogmem.pdf
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